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Solid Mechanics Lecture Notes

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Solid Mechanics Lecture Notes
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Publisher: The University of Auckland

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Four on-line books of lecture notes on solid mechanics. They are primarily a teaching resource for engineering students at the Department of Engineering Science, University of Auckland. Part I:An Introduction to Solid Mechanics Part II:Engineering Solid Mechanics Part III:Foundations of Continuum Solid Mechanics Part IV: Material Models in Continuum Solid Mechanics.

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